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Bebe Oliver is a descendant of the Bardi Jawi people, and a multi-award-winning writer and creative leader from Naarm.

Beginning his creative practice as a classical pianist and composer, Bebe later made a name for himself as a producer and director of theatre, festivals, and public art projects across Australia, including international dance and theatre projects in Aotearoa, France, and Belgium.

A leader in designing and delivering high-profile programs and strategic projects for Australia’s diverse communities, Bebe is Chairperson of Blak & Bright First Nations Literary Festival, and a Director of Australia’s leading Indigenous publishing house, Magabala Books.

A writer, poet, illustrator, speaker and facilitator living on the unceded land of the Kulin peoples, Bebe's works encompass love, loss, identity, Aboriginal and gay existence, place, and Country.

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